Natural-looking Dental Veneers Create Beautiful Smiles
Having perfect teeth rarely comes naturally, but fortunately today’s natural-looking dental veneers can help correct many defects creating a healthy-looking, beautiful smile.
Veneers are super-thin coverings placed on the front surfaces of teeth to correct an array of cosmetic defects including:
- Deep discoloration
- Chips and cracks
- Uneven or worn tooth edges
- Teeth that appear too small
- Teeth with gaps or uneven spaces
Veneers can also be used to correct the appearance of crooked teeth for men and women who don’t want to straighten their teeth with Invisalign® or braces.
How Dental Veneers are Applied
At Princeton Center for Dental Aesthetics and Implants, dental veneer application begins with preparation of the tooth, if necessary, by removing a very small portion of the tooth surface to make room for the veneer material. An impression is made of the tooth and sent to a lab where the veneer will be custom created, and a temporary veneer will be placed on the tooth to protect it. At the second visit, the veneer will be applied with a strong adhesive for a secure, comfortable fit. Veneers can be shaded to match neighboring teeth for a completely natural look.
Veneers are made of durable porcelain, and with proper care including regular brushing and routine dental visits they can last for many, many years.
Dental Veneers are a Great Option from Princeton Center for Dental Aesthetics and Implants
Veneers can be a great option for just about anyone who wants to improve the look of their smile. Although they may be more costly than dental bonding, the translucent materials tend to look more natural than composites used in bonding, and veneers are also more durable.
Princeton Center for Dental Aesthetics and Implants is the leading provider of strong, durable, natural-looking dental veneers for patients in and around Princeton and throughout Central New Jersey. Call 609-924-1414 to schedule a free consultation and learn more about the benefits of our dental implants.